Credit influences everything from your interest rate on loans to your insurance payments – and even the kind of job you can get. If you’d like to start your future off right, here are some ways to build your credit while you’re still attending college.
Cultivating a backyard garden may be the perfect summer project for you! It’s understandably a daunting idea for anyone unfamiliar with the farmer lifestyle, but the benefits of growing your own fruits and vegetables have proven themselves shockingly plentiful. Read on to find out what you could gain from a little outdoor entrepreneurship!
Most people know that they should contribute to their company-sponsored 401(k) retirement fund. However, many people don’t know when they should begin or how much they should contribute to this fantastic saving tool. Here’s what you need to know about contributing to your 401(k).
With all of the different choices to make when planning a wedding – flowers, dress, venue, food, etc. – the expenses may seem like they’re starting to pile up. But there’s good news: They don’t have to. Here’s a guide to what aspects of your wedding you should save your pennies for, and what ones you should only spend a penny on.
Estate planning can be a tricky topic to navigate. Learn about how a living trust works and how you can benefit from having one.
Babies are sweet, cute and cuddly. They’re also ravenous resource vacuums that will slurp up every last nickel of your disposable income, smiling and cooing along the way. That is, if you let them.
Whether you’re flying somewhere or taking a long road trip, one thing’s for certain: You’re going to need a car at some point. If you’ve never rented a car, it may seem like a daunting task. It doesn’t have to be – especially if you follow these tips!
After paying bills and other various expenses, you might not have too much left in your bank account for summer fun. But if this situation is at all familiar to you, don’t cry too hard. It’s entirely possible to have an amazing summer without an enormous bank account. Here are some cheap, fun ways to enjoy all summer has to offer.
When you’re children are young, teaching them the concepts of money, buying and saving can help them with financial fluency later in their lives. Once kids learn that money doesn’t grow on trees, parents are responsible for teaching them basic attributes of personal finance. It’s up to parents to educate their kids on the habits, terminology and potential risks associated with financial health. In this post we discuss what concepts you should be teaching your kids concerning finances to get them ready for the real world.
Tax season is over! How was your tax-filing experience this year? I’m pretty much over the whole tax thing, but maybe it’s worth another look. Double checking your taxes is a wise choice, especially if you catch a mistake and need to file an amended tax return.